Prof. Chen worked as a post-doctoral fellow at University of California, San Diego (UCSD) before he moved to the Materials Science Division of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in 2011. In late 2012, he joined SINAP as a professor on the CAS “100-Talents” project. Since January of 2015, he joined the School of Physical Science and Technology of ShanghaiTech University as assistant professor (Tenure-track).
We apply a broad range of X-ray and optical techniques, including X-ray diffraction, scattering and absorption, FTIR, and Raman spectroscopy, to study nanoscale and energy-related materials.
1. J. Shen, L. Xu, C. Wang, H. Pei, R. Tai, S. Song, Q. Huang, C. Fan, and G. Chen, “Dynamic and Quantitative Control of the DNA-Mediated Growth of Gold Plasmonic Nanostructures” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 53, 8338 (2014).
2. G. Chen, P. H. Zwart, and D. Li, “Single-Particle Structural Characterization from Heterogeneous Disordered Ensembles via High Throughput Fluctuation X-ray Scattering” Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 195501 (2013).
3. G. Chen, I. Miotkowski, and A. K. Ramdas, “Lyman spectra of holes bound to Cu, Ag, and Au acceptors in ZnTe and CdTe” Phys. Rev. B 85, 165210 (2012).
4. G. Chen, J. S. Bhosale, I. Miotkowski, and A. K. Ramdas, “Spectroscopic signatures of novel oxygen-defect complexes in stoichiometrically controlled CdSe” Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 195502 (2008).
5. G. Chen, I. Miotkowski, S. Rodriguez, and A. K. Ramdas, “Stoichiometry driven impurity configurations in compound semiconductors” Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 035508 (2006).